As he examines his behavior during his marriage and following his wife's diagnosis and death, Dan accepts that he has failed to live up to his own standards, much less the standards of others. He is torn between admitting his shortcomings and ignoring them. Will he change and live his life as a decent man? Or will he persist in placing his own hedonistic impulses before the needs of others?
Is redemption what he needs? Is it what he seeks? Or is it superfluous? A chain that tethers him to a life he wants to forget.
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About the Author
In the summer of 1999, he was awarded a professional artist residency at the OxBow Summer Arts Program for the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in Saugatuck, Michigan. He lives in a suburb of Chicago, Illinois with his wife.
He is the author of the novels A Life Without Grace, A Final Reflection, and Hunter's War, A Novella, and Selected Short Stories, and Harmony House all available from Amazon.com.